According to the SCP Wiki Website, “This is the SCP Foundation Wiki, a collaborative writing site based around the premise that… in essence, magic is real. It’s not exactly like the traditional fantasy style magic you’ve come to know, but that’s the best way we can describe the stuff we have here – Anomalies; items and critters that do not follow the rules of nature as we know them. Staircases that go on forever, mechanical gods from the beginning of time, otherwise regular humans who reshape reality with their mind: these are the kinds of things that, if known to the public, could cause mass hysteria and start wars on scales unprecedented. Due to that, there exists an organization called the SCP Foundation, whose job is to research paranormal activity, keep these creatures and objects concealed from the public, and protect humanity from the horrors of the dark.” These stories are the bare the building blocks to not only some of the best modern day horror, but also the foundation to future folklore creatures. The SCPs are categorized, basically, into three groups: Safe, Euclid, and Keter. Ranging from the safest and easiest things to capture and contain, to Euclid being more dangerous than that, to finally Keter…or end of the world scenario if the creature or object gets out. In this episode we look at SCP-1033, SCP-236, SCP-362, SCP-523, and SCP-607.